We will be making our own zine.
ZINE (n):pronounced "zeen"
A zine is a self-published, non-commercial printed work that is typically produced in small, limited batches. Zines are independent, small-scale publications created in many DIY ways and then reproduced. They’re full of stories, poetry, recipes, doodles, callouts, resource guides and more. Zines also have a long history of community building, art and resistance, particularly for marginalized folks and those not often centered in traditional storytelling and journalism.
Zines exist in many forms. They can be written, drawn, printed, collaged or downloaded. Some cover community events, while others focus on themes from music to memoirs. They all serve as a community archive, holding knowledge and honoring stories.
Join us in the Teen Makerspace and make a zine with us!
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